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Vladimir Rosas Salazar

Background

I studied journalism at the Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción (Chile), where I graduated in 2007. I have worked as associate professor on Experimental Media at the Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano (Chile), and as lecturer on Film Aesthetics and Language in Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción (Chile) and Universidad San Sebastián (Chile). I received an MA in Film and Screen Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2018, where my dissertation 'Underground Media in Chile: Counterpublics in Dictatorship and Democracy' was later published as an academic article. I have also worked as a film critic and also as an amateur filmmaker.

My research interests include amateur filmmaking and video aesthetic.

Publications

Rosas, V., & Dittus, R. (2020). The autobiographical documentary: archive and montage to represent the self. Studies in Documentary Film, 1–17.

Rosas, V. (2020). Underground Media in Chile: Counterpublics in Dictatorship and Democracy. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 1–31.

Rosas, V. (2019). Estrategias brechtianas en “Agarrando Pueblo”, de Luis Ospina y Carlos Mayolo. Revista Chilena de Semiótica, 10, 149-159.

Rosas, V. (2018). The old media in the new media: a comparative study of the kinetoscope and the virtual reality headset. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 15(1), 23–34.